What began as a goofy Father's Day sentiment turned into a full-fledged corny joke free-for-all. Watch the silliness unfold as Jimmy Hayes' family, teammates and fans join in on the cheesy fun.
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Corey Crawford spends most of the game diving, stretching, lunging, and just about doing anything else to get in the way of the puck. But flying? Not yet. Crow said the superhero power he'd like to have is the ability to fly.
The Blackhawks Blog caught up with Crow to learn more about him, his favorite things, and more.
2012 Blackhawks draft pick Garret Ross, like Andrew Shaw the year before him, is a 20-year-old OHL forward who was drafted by Chicago in the fifth round in his final year of draft eligibility. Both are known as heart-and-soul players, and neither are bashful about dropping the gloves when the situation arises.
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Each week, the Blackhawks Blog will give you five stats you need to know about the Blackhawks this season. This week, we take a look at the first-round draft picks selected by the Blackhawks in the last five NHL Entry Drafts.
1. 2011: Mark McNeill (18th overall)
The Blackhawks’ first selection in last year’s NHL Entry Draft in Minneapolis, Minn. ranked second on the WHL’s Prince Albert Raiders with 40 assists and third with 71 points (31G, 40A) in 67 regular-season games this season in the 2011-12 campaign.
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|Alex Broadhurst (left) and Michael Paliotta were invited to Team USA's Evaluation Camp later this summer.
Two Blackhawks prospects from the 2011 draft class have been invited to Team USA's Evaluation Camp, which will take place from Aug. 4-11 in Lake Placid, N.Y. Defenseman Michael Paliotta (70th overall) from Westport, Conn., and center Alex Broadhurst (199th overall) from Orland Park, Ill., both received invitations to attend development camp for the first time.Click here to read the full post >>
With their second-to-last pick of the 1983 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal, the Chicago Blackhawks selected goaltender named Dominik Hasek 207th overall. This 10th-rounder would go on to win six Vezina Trophies and two Hart trophies in Buffalo, and a Stanley Cup with Detroit.
In the history of the draft, the Blackhawks have found their share of gems, players that were selected in the later rounds but would go on to make substantial impacts on the team. Here's a look at the biggest steals in Blackhawks draft history.
1. Steve Larmer—selected in the sixth round (120th overall) in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal.
Steve Larmer snuck under the radar in 1980 when he was selected in the sixth round, but now ranks in the Blackhawks' top-five in points (923), goals (406) and assists (517). He won the Calder Memorial Trophy for Rookie of the Year in 1983. Larmer played in 891 games in 12 seasons with the Blackhawks, placing him at No. 7 on the franchise leaderboard for games played in a Blackhawks sweater.Read the full post >>
Every week, the Blackhawks Blog will feature fan tweets that reply to our official Twitter account @NHLBlackhawks mixed in with the tweets from some Blackhawks themselves! Send us your thoughts on the Blackhawks’ players, games and more, and you could be a contributor to our next “Tweet Sheet.”
Before the Blackhawks take the podium to announce the 18th overall selection of the 2012 NHL Draft, the Blackhawks Blog takes you through the history of the team's greatest draft picks, and how they spent their time in the Blackhawks sweater.
C Jeremy Roenick - Selected 8th overall in the 1988 Entry Draft
One of the greatest American-born goalscorers in franchise and league history, Roenick was an undisputed gem for the Blackhawks, who selected him in the first round of the 1988 Entry Draft.Read the full post >>